The Vols’ 10 Worst Offensive Games Over the Last Decade

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    Tennessee has had some potent offensive performances over the last decade. But they’ve also had some extremely bad and inept performances as well.

    Over the last 10 seasons, the Vols have totaled less than 200 yards of offense eight times. That dates all the way back to when the Vols were held to 191 yards against Auburn in 2008 up to this season when Tennessee had just 108 yards of offense against Alabama in the 2017 season.

    We went back and looked at the stats, and we’ve found the 10 worst offensive performances the Vols have had over the last decade in terms of total offensive yards in a single game. And four of the 10 worst offensive games Tennessee has had over the last 10 years have come under Butch Jones.

    Four times has Tennessee totaled less than 200 yards of offense under Butch Jones, and that includes twice this season. Derek Dooley had two such occurrences in his time as Tennessee head coach, and Phillip Fulmer had two such games in his final season as head coach.

    Here are the worst offensive performances the Vols have had over the last 10 years ranging from least amount of yards to most.

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